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Kodak Alaris buys service business from EPM

Kodak Alaris Inc. has purchased the micrographics service business of Eastman Park Micrographics Inc. in Europe, Asia and Latin America. The announcement late Thursday afternoon followed a lawsuit against Kodak Alaris filed this week by the Dallas-based EPM.

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Buffalo firm acquires Skooba Design

Buffalo-based Norazza Inc. has acquired Skooba Design, a 14-year-old Rochester area company that designs and manufactures carrying cases and related accessories.

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Kodak hires senior executive to oversee sales strategy


Eastman Kodak Co. has hired an executive to a newly created post to devise a companywide sales strategy. Eric-Yves Mahe has joined Kodak as senior vice president and director of sales strategy and operations.

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Kodak Alaris CEO eyes future

The No. 1 task facing the new CEO of Kodak Alaris is choosing which opportunities to focus on—and, just as critical, which ones not to pursue. “The biggest challenge is to decide upon our priorities,” said Ralf Gerbershagen, who became ...

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Kodak Alaris appoints former IBM exec as chairman

Kodak Alaris Holdings Ltd. has appointed a chairman, effective May 1. Mark Elliott, a longtime IBM Corp. executive, succeeds Steven Ross, who served as interim chairman.

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Kodak posts smaller loss, lower sales in fourth quarter

Eastman Kodak Co. reported a net loss of $63 million in the fourth quarter, down from $402 million a year ago. The report released Wednesday after the market closed reflects the first full quarter of results since the company emerged Sept. 3 from Chapter 11 bankruptcy.

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EPA, DOJ agreement would further environmental trust

A court filed on Wednesday contains an agreement that, if approved, would satisfy the key condition remain in a settlement that establishes an environmental trust for Eastman Business Park.

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Kodak makes moves to meet demand for Sonora plates

Eastman Kodak Co. on Monday said it is making investments and moving to a new regional manufacturing strategy to boost capacity to meet demand for its Sonora process-free printing plates.

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